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Student Accommodations near 
Cork English College, Cork

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N Main St, Cork
0.4 mi from University
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dual occupancy
Private gym
On-site laundry
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10 Room Options
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€212/week
Western Rd, Cork
0.9 mi from University
( 20m
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20m )
game room
cinema
laundry facility
3 Room Options
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€293/week
Rossa Ave, Cork
3.4 mi from University
( 1h 14m
16m
30m )
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Popes Quay, Cork
0.2 mi from University
( 5m
5m
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dual occupancy
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14 Room Options
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€322/week
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Friars Walk, Cork
1.0 mi from University
( 23m
9m
22m )
Shared Kitchen
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€185/week
S Main St, Cork
0.5 mi from University
( 11m
9m
11m )
gym
cinema
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€305/week
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James St, Cork
0.6 mi from University
( 14m
7m
11m )
bills included
Smoke Detector
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€168/week
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Friars Walk, Cork
0.9 mi from University
( 21m
9m
20m )
Wifi
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3 Room Options
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€168/week
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Lower Glanmire Rd, Cork
0.8 mi from University
( 16m
5m
16m )
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€168/week
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Tower St, Cork
0.9 mi from University
( 19m
9m
16m )
bills included
Garden
Flexible Availability
2 Room Options
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€175/week
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When to start searching for student housing near Cork English College?

It's a good idea to start looking for off-campus Cork English College student housing as soon as possible. Amber will assist you with the paperwork regarding the location, amenities provided, and location and proximity to your University. Thorough research is required to ensure that Cork English College student accommodation booking goes smoothly.

What to keep in mind while booking student accommodation near Cork English College?

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  • People you want to live with
  • Housing-catered or self-catered
  • En-suite or studio
  • Single or double bed
  • Room size 
  • Budget
  • Off-campus accommodation
  • Any additional facilities

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What is the monthly rent for student accommodation near Cork English College?

The off-campus Cork English College student accommodation rent is determined by a number of factors, one of which is location. Amber provides housing options ranging in price from €148 to €255 per week. Aside from the location, the rent is also affected by the amenities and facilities provided by the housing as well as the room configuration.

Which is the best student apartments near Cork English College?

6 Friars Walk Mews, Cork is the best student accommodation near Cork English College, providing excellent amenities and facilities. 

Which off-campus accommodation is the nearest Cork English College?

The nearest Cork English College student accommodation is Broga House, Cork available at a rent of £459/week.

When to book student accommodation for the intake in September?

The majority of these university accommodations begin their intake in February, but if there are student rooms available, you can book rooms at the last minute. However, booking early will provide the best value because prices may increase depending on availability. click here to make a reservation for lodging.

What payment options are available for student housing near Cork English College?

There are several payment options available. Debit cards and net banking is available. We also have a payment portal where you can get help with the process. click here for more information. 

Can I get discounts for student accommodation near Cork English College?

Yes, students who book ahead of time often receive substantial discounts and pay significantly less rent for their student accommodation. You can also take advantage of group booking discounts and cashback.

Can I stay with my friends at Cork English College student accommodation on campus?

Yes, you can share your university accommodation with your friends, but the rules vary from University to University. We suggest you consult the concerned authorities before you decide to move in.

Before booking, can I view the student accommodation near Cork English College?

Yes. If you want to plan a site check before booking accommodation, contact our booking experts, and we will arrange a virtual tour for you. You can contact us for further queries and guidance, and we'll be happy to assist you. 

Student Accomodations in Cork English College, Cork

Student Accommodation near Cork English College

Students currently or wanting to study in Cork, Ireland do not need to worry about finding affordable student accommodation near Cork English College. Students will find a wide range of affordable student accommodation near Cork English College with amber, including budget-friendly halls of residence, apartment studios, shared rooms, en-suite rooms, non-en-suites, and private houses (PBSA), which will include several contemporary shared areas and some complimentary facilities, such as laundry and free Wi-Fi.

These private lodgings are conveniently located near colleges in practically every city's core region, making them one of the best alternatives for student housing. Herston Melbourne, Iglu Kelvin Grove, Scape Merivale, and Unilodge School Street Studios are some of the most well-known student accommodation near Cork English College. 

About Cork English College

Cork English College provides a diverse selection of courses to adult and junior students, as well as teacher training and corporate courses.

The institution has a wealth of expertise teaching English and developing long-term connections with students, host families, and the network of agents. Cork English College has a wide range of accreditations and claims to provide high-quality English language training. It is also an authorised testing centre for international exams such as IELTS, Cambridge, and others. For the past three years, Cork English College has been crowned "Best Language School" at the Education Awards. It boasts the rank of #303 on the QS World University Rankings and hosts about 3,002 international students currently.

Best Localities near Cork English College

Before finalising student housing for themselves, students must prioritise their unique requirements and priorities. Because everyone has different goals, it is essential to consider your preferences when selecting a student housing. Following are the localities that where you can find student accommodation near Cork English College.

Dún Laoghaire 

Dun Laoghaire is one of Ireland's oldest city regions, and it is a beautiful town with a caring community. Dun Laoghaire has a fascinating past that lends it a vintage vibe. It is a lovely district with a large commercial and cultural sector in Dublin. Dun Laoghaire is a well-connected city near Stranmillis, Ormeau, and East Bridge Street. Some popular choices of student accommodation near Cork English College in this area include 4 Herberton, Dublin and James Street, Dublin.

Stranmillis

Stranmillis is a residential area in south Belfast, Northern Ireland. Belfast City Council has a ward in the Laganbank district electoral area. It is part of the Queen's Quarter, which includes well-known sites like as the Botanic Gardens and the Ulster Museum. You can stay near Cork English College if you choose to move to one of the accommodations here such as John Bell House, Belfast or Swanston House, Belfast.

Ormeau

Ormeau Thoroughfare is a road in Belfast, Northern Ireland's capital. It is near to Ormeau Park. It is a section of the A24. The route as it now exists dates from the early nineteenth century, when a bridge was erected linking Newtownbreda hamlet to Belfast.  This highway was more popularly known as the New Ballynafeigh Road until finally taking on the name of Ormeau House, the Marquess of Donegall's mansion that it went through. Great Patrick Street, Belfast and Little Patrick Street, Belfast are some of the options you can check out in this area for student accommodation near Cork English College.

Cost of Living

Cork student housing is ideal for students. Although the cost of living in this city might be considerable, proper planning and budgeting can help students avoid unnecessary expenses. A monthly budget of £1,000-£2,000 is advised for Cork student accommodation, which includes all living and other personal expenditures.

1. Food: £250-£350/month  

2. Gas and electricity: £30-£50/month  

3. Internet & mobile phone: £10-£30/month    

4. Dinner at a restaurant: £10-£50/week  

5. Laundry: £5-£25/month    

6. Stationery and Textbooks: £10-£30/month   

7. Clothing: £50-£75/month   

8. Travel (buses, trams, and trains): £60-£80/month

Student Travel Near Cork English College

When it comes to visiting around Cork, there are alternatives to suit every budget. From public buses and trains to private coaches and vehicle rentals.

Bus

Bus Éireann operates several services from Cork city centre to all areas of the county, including towns and villages along the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland's Ancient East. Cork's main bus terminal is located in the city centre at Parnell Place; all intercity routes to the county depart from here. West Cork Connect also provides bus service between West Cork and the city centre. Cobh Connect buses run between Cobh and Cork City, while the Local Link minibus network covers the entire county.

Rail

If you wish to relax with your feet up and gaze out the window over Cork's beautiful green countryside, taking the train is the way to go.

Cork's east rail network connects Cobh, the Titanic's final port of call, to Midleton (home of the famous Jameson Distillery). It goes from Cork City to Mallow in the west (Mallow Castle).

Car/Bike

The most convenient method to get around Cork is by car or motorcycle. You'll have the opportunity to go off the beaten path and find hidden gems as well as explore the popular sites.

Cork is home to the majority of international automobile rental firms. A valid driver's licence and a credit card are required to hire a car in Ireland. Please keep in mind that we drive on the left side of the road. Never, ever drive after drinking.

Student Life at Cork English College

Locals refer to it as Ireland's genuine capital. Cork is a friendly and forward city with a large student population of approximately 36,000 people. Roughly 10% of these are overseas students from over 100 different countries. Cork is a thriving tourism destination, drawing 1,600,000 people every year. With so many intriguing places and activities, it's no surprise that the city is one of Ireland's most popular tourist destinations. The typical Irish bar is at the core of Irish culture, and it is the first place to go if you want to meet people and get a true experience of life in Ireland.

Joining a walking tour is a terrific way to break up your walking journey in Ireland. With the assistance of a guide, you can put your map and compass away, enjoy the landscape, and know that you are on some of the best routes, as recommended by local experts. Perhaps more significantly, you'll be able to talk with others about where they've gone and what they've done, receiving wonderful ideas for where to go on the next leg of your journey.

For the ultimate Irish nightlife experience head to Franciscan Well Brewery,  Crane Lane Theatre, Arthur Maynes, Coughlans and various other magnificent pubs in Cork.

Tourist Attractions Near Cork English College

The city features museums, a variety of tourist restaurants, and beautiful parks. Students staying at Cork English College may experience the city's nightlife and other attractions. The following are some of the city's most noteworthy tourist attractions.

  1. Blarney Castles and Gardens 
  2. Blarney Stone
  3. Blackrock Castle Observatory
  4. Crawford Art Gallery
  5. Cork City Gaol

Courses at Cork English College

Cork English College offers courses of various kinds such as the ones mentioned below:

  1. General Courses
  2. Exam Preparation
  3. Evening Courses
  4. Study and Work
  5. Business English
  6. Self Study Courses
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